G-Eazy: a new top rapper is in town
American rapper G-Eazy is back! The author of popular songs like "Me, Myself & I" and "Runaround Sue" is back with his new show. Visit StubHub to find your G-Eazy tickets and ensure you have a spot at his next concert.
A slow start to success
American rapper G-Eazy – or Gerald Earl Gillum, as his full name, was born in Oakland, California in May 1989. He started his path up the treacherous ladder of the music business in 2008, when he was still a student, producing his songs with fellow student Cristoph Andersson. While he got recognition for his work, it wasn’t until 2010, when he was offered the chance to open the concerts of uber-popular and well-established artists such as Lil’ Wayne and Snoop Dogg. This is when he really started to get noticed. Still, his mix tapes met with mixed reviews until the rapper met the jackpot with his rendition of 1961 hit "Runaround Sue", which garnered over 4 million hits on YouTube and turned him into a near-overnight success. G-Eazy then went on to produce more albums like "These Things Happen", "When It’s Dark Out", and "Step Brothers", all of which were extremely successful and placed well in all music charts, both American and worldwide. Thanks to his success, G-Eazy’s shows are always a hit – if you want to be part of one, get yourself on StubHub today to buy your G-Eazy tickets! You find you cannot make the show? No problem, StubHub allows you to sell your tickets back just as easily as when you bought them.
The success of "The Beautiful and the Damned"
Regardless of the success other albums have had, the rapper, known also for his collaboration with artists like Bebe Rexha, Carnage, Halsey, and Marc E. Bassy, is best remembered for his 2017 album "The Beautiful and the Damned". The album, which came out just in time for Christmas, takes its title from the 1922 novel by Francis Scott Fitzgerald and is a story about the meaning of love in a life of luxury, and how partying and drug abuse can be escape routes to one’s flaws. And that is exactly what G-Eazy does in his 74-minute album, he wonders aloud to his fans whether it is possible to survive intact to the corrupting influence of celebrities and getting everything handed to you on a silver platter. An insight into G-Eazy’s mind and demons, and also a critique of the music and entertainment industries which produce celebrities that can fall apart, some publicly and some behind closed doors. With this album, the rapper proves he is capable of introspection and social critique. Fans should not miss the chance to get some G-Eazy tickets and see him live.